A Hundred Years from Today


A Hundred Years from Today by Memphis Archives at Your Free Album. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. One of the most important issues of the '90s, this set of recordings, features the King of the Texas Blues Trombone in his final effort, recorded at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival a mere three and a half months before his untimly death at age 58. He is heard in the loving company of his mother and sister Norma, both of whom lend their hands to the keyboard and provide the listener with more than one highlight during the afternoon set, and brother Charlie, who leads both sets with sterling trump


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One of the most important issues of the '90s, this set of recordings, features the King of the Texas Blues Trombone in his final effort, recorded at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival a mere three and a half months before his untimly death at age 58. He is heard in the loving company of his mother and sister Norma, both of whom lend their hands to the keyboard and provide the listener with more than one highlight during the afternoon set, and brother Charlie, who leads both sets with sterling trumpet performances. Also in abundance are two legends from Teagarden's past: Pee Wee Russell, who first met Jack when he joined Peck Kelly's Bad Boys in Houston, 1924 and Joe Sullivan, who emigrated to New York from Chicago about the same time Jack arrived from the South. Together they made some of the greatest jazz records of the 1920s. In their own inimitable manner, Jack and Charlie introduce every performance with personal anecdotes and nostalgic recollections that you will enjoy almost as musch as hearing their music. Joining the group for one full-of-surprises set is modern jazz's great baritone sax star, Gerry Mulligan, who performed with his own group at the festival that year, but who wasn't about to pass up an opportunity to appear with the masters of an earlier era.

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Manufacturer:
Memphis Archives
Category:
Memphis Blues
Release Date:
1994-06-28
UPC:
781371701023
Artist:
Jack Teagarden
Publisher:
Memphis Archives
Audience Rating:
NR (Not Rated)
Publication Date:
1994-06-28
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.2 pounds
Item Size:
4.94 x 0.45 x 5.5 inches
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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